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hooray to the new issue! summer 2013. there’s so much content in there, again, that you shouldn’t know or that you couldn’t have ‘normally’ known that we increasingly feel tables are turning with regards to ‘power’. hope you cherish …

distribution of 50 hard-copy issues (with a ‘real’ nominal ‘share’ value of £ 50,-), like before, through lovely cafe 1001 exclusively.

we’d also emphasize our print on demand scheme for all the collectors amongst you who’d rather like a fine-art printed paper edition to survive possible power grid  or  battery failures ;P don’t be put off by an at first glance ‘unusual’ price tag. it’s reallly just that outsourced mass production has warped our ‘modern’ understanding of values. not our fault. we try to help correcting this, thus also helping everyone in a similar position to survive their humble ventures in the future. has pricing ever been an obstacle for quality? why can coca cola at present ‘afford’ do offers that sell one bottle for gnostic numbers £2.08 and two bottles for £2,-? but even more so, why would they do it? lots to think ….

London, Summer 2013